Throughout the hottest part of the summer, I created a number of different pieces using several different techniques, some I already employ, some new, using found sounds and acoustic instruments to create a long swirling, sometimes chaotic collage of the pieces.
My neighbor who is a dog trainer played me some of her 'sound conditioning tapes' which are used to acquaint dogs with the sounds of the real world. She told me while listening to the early versions of the collage that the music reminded her of those tapes. So in some respect, this release can be thought of as a "human conditioning tape".
It is highly recommended that you listen to this release on headphones in order to appreciate the sometimes wild stereo and panning effects. Number theorists may enjoy knowing that the algorithm by which the panning and volume envelopes was determined by random-generated numbers applied to the durations and sweeps of pan and volume.